About a year ago when we first opened our internet doors to the world, I took the lead on ideas for products. I'm one of those people that has rushes of ideas. I am randomly spouting off "You know what would be cool..." to John while I'm totally incoherently yelling from the shower. While I enjoy that kind of thing (I used to be a full time accountant), I have a partner that is quite good with refining my ideas, but I want to make sure that he exercises his creative ideas too. He came up with Critical Hit and D&D dice ornaments.
John, his sister Erin, Erin's husband and a close family friend "The DM", often played together before I stole him and he moved north to Washington. When you play D&D, you commit to a certain group of people. It's a like a tight gang. Unlike Magic or my beloved FF rpg games that I am personally more familiar with, where you build your decks or skills on your own. There's a shared bond between MTG players but D&D folks take it to the next level.
We recently did the sign "Critically Missed" for someone who had a member of his D&D group pass away suddenly. I thought it was a sweet way to remember one of their own.
We are in full holiday season mode but I just wanted to share how incredibly awesome the handful of players who have contacted us are. Whether it's been custom or readymade pieces the appreciation and love we've received has been so great. Thank you!
Lasers and love - Thea and John